Cadbury has finally brought back its much-awaited ‘Dream’ white chocolate bar – in the form of ice cream sticks, just in time for summer in the UK.
According to the website, Cadbury defined their latest addition as ‘vanilla flavor ice cream covered in Cadbury Dream white chocolate.’
Like other ice-cream packs, the 100ml ice-cream sticks will also be sold in packs of three, for £2.50, at all local supermarkets across the UK.
The British multi-national company recently announced the return of the all-white chocolate ‘Dream bar’ which was discarded a few years after its launch in 2002, due to its unpopularity.
Over the years, chocolate lovers from all around the world have created a sensation on social media and demanded the return of the greatly missed white chocolate bars.
cadbury dream white chocolate bar
-used to pick one of these up everyday on the way home from primary school or the little hero size chocolate version of this
-wHY DID THEY STOP MAKING THESE??? pic.twitter.com/Q2k6nAZMDX
— louise (@EXTRAIOUISE) January 10, 2018
Can @CadburyUK please bring back dream chocolate :((( I don’t understand why they stopped making it, I miss it
— liv (@oliviaachloe) January 5, 2018
Really wish that @CadburyUK still did Dream chocolate 😩
— James Hunt (@hunt152185) August 6, 2017
The white chocolate bar has also been called out as a ‘crowd pleaser’.
@CadburyUK bring back the ‘dream’ chocolate bar! It’s a crowd pleaser.
— Stuart Whyte (@ghostgrylls) October 29, 2015
Certain Twitter users have expressed their admiration towards the white chocolate bars and were concerned about its discontinuity in the market.
— Bernice P. (@bernicerae20) August 4, 2014
— Lee Jenkins (@AManCalledLee) December 8, 2013
@CadburyUK hello, what happened to Dream chocolate bars? Why do you not sell the big bars in retailers?
— Matt (@MattCUFC_) October 31, 2013
Although, Dream bars can still be bought at the supermarkets in New Zealand, Australia and South Africa, there have been no certainty that Cadbury would launch the popular treat again anytime soon.
Last month, the firm also launched its coconut-flavored chocolate bar in New Zealand and it has caused the chocolate brand, Bounty, some serious competition.